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Energy storage technologies can act as the “shock absorber” for the electric grid. Today, electricity must be produced when it is needed and used once it is produced. Energy storage technologies break this linkage by allowing for operators to produce and store electricity for later use—as one would in other commodity markets. In addition to providing benefits to consumers, storage also promises to provide assistance to power generators as well by allowing them to operate in a more cost effective manner. Full Document

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